From AMC's "Breaking Bad" to HBO's "Game of Thrones" and even animated shows like Fox's "Family Guy," the characters were dropping like flies
Season 4 begins airing in the U.S. in January
Michelle Dockery's character is tasked with moving on after Dan Stevens' departure from the hit British series
Critics call the British premiere "a glowing success" with Julian Fellowes' writing at his best
Lacy's doc “Inventing David Geffen” just won "American Masters" its ninth Emmy for Outstanding Documentary or Nonfiction Series
Bashar Assad criticized President Barack Obama's administration, saying they're presenting false allegations of chemical warfare to the American public
The vast majority of the settlement will compensate retired players who suffered cognitive injuries
The film on football's "concussion crisis" was a collaborative effort between ESPN and PBS' "Frontline"
Predominantly-white primetime news lineups don't reflect America. Al Jazeera America and PBS are trying to change that
Great interviewing advice: "The windup is not as necessary as you might think. It is, in the end, the pitch that makes the difference."
"Sesame Street" first aired in 1969, and has always focused on creativity and thought-provoking content for children taught by Muppets, celebrity guests, videos, and unforgettable...
Public television scores with 18-34 viewers where Big 4 networks don't
New season of PBS series about the brazen founder of London's Selfridges department store will premiere in 2014
Return would be in her '90s form, not in new episodes
New York PBS rolls out phase two of campaign ridiculing reality shows
The official 10-piece line will debut with the series' fourth season
Networks CBS and PBS tied with 13 Emmys each, while former Elmo performer, Kevin Clash, took home 3
You're crazy for this one, Mr. Rogers
Rose will draw on conversations from his nightly PBS program and new insightful perspectives from around the world on the new Friday night series
The documentary recounts an Alabama recording studio's impact on rock 'n' roll and race relations in the '70s
Maggie Smith told "60 Minutes" that she hasn't "actually seen" the hit PBS period drama
Public Policy Polling's annual survey of TV news finds that Fox scores high in both the trust and distrust categories
"Downton Abbey" episodes will be available on iTunes before their air on PBS
First TED Talk for television will also feature Sir Ken Robinson
Paula Kerger also talks about Big Bird moment in presidential debate
"After Newtown" programming will air Feb. 18-22
PBS has posted the first 10 minutes from the third season's first episode on Facebook
Former National Geographic TV chief Michael Rosenfeld will oversee Tangled Bank Studios
Consumer Electronics Assn. sides with Barry Diller's fledgling service Aereo in battle with networks
Organizers of the 'Million Muppet March," to protest presidential challenger Mitt Romney's plan to end subsidies for PBS, say it will be a "lovefest"